This comedy takes on a completely original approach to a funny zombie flick!
Fido is a charming addition to the ever increasing number of ways to put zombies on celluloid. While the phrase RomZomCom immediately comes to mind, here Canadian director Andrew Currie has made the first Douglas Sirk inspired zombie film. Not only does the film exude the faux-technicolor look from Todd Haynes "Far From Heaven" but also features a no-touch romance between a suburban housewife (Carrie-Anne Moss doing Jane Wyman as good as Jullianne Moore) and a hired gardener (Billy Connolly).
Max Brooks’ two recent, brilliantly conveyed novels (The Zombie Survival Guide, World War Z: An Oral History of the Zombie War) have intellectualized the debate surrounding zombie mythology
As I'm sure you devoted FEARnet followers know, every 3 days we swap out our free web movies and today we've got a really, really cool flick making its debut on our website that's definitely worth checking out; the zombie horror/comedy Fido